Tag Archives: Pediatric Cancer

Pediatric Palliative Care Helps Kids with Cancer Cope

St. Jude's innovative program helps kids with cancer deal with their disease

Over the past two decades, the medical specialty of palliative care has exploded in the United States. And with it, the understanding of what palliative care is and to whom it should be offered has evolved considerably. As recently as … Continue reading

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Book Review: “I Want to Grow Up, I Want to Grow Hair, I Want to Go to Boise” by Erma Bombeck

How children survive cancer

Until the mid-1980’s, Erma Bombeck considered herself a light comedy writer. In books such as “At Wit’s End” and “Aunt Erma’s Cope Book,” she wrote about the amusing things that happened in her family and with her friends. Then, in … Continue reading

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Because of Ezra Raises Funds and Awareness About Neuroblastoma

#800days helps patients tell their stories and fight one of the most common pediatric cancers

#800days and @BecauseofEzra Raise Funds and Awareness About Neuroblastoma #url# Continue reading

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Turn the Country Gold for a Day to Spread Pediatric Cancer Awareness

Goal4theGoal Foundation hosts the second annual National Dress 4 Pediatric Cancer Day September 27th

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we bring you this news and resource to doctors, social workers and families affected by pediatric cancers, recently brought to our attention by Ms. Randy Pickus of Go4theGoal Foundation. Go4theGoal Foundation is a 501(c)3 … Continue reading

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